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Articles from the August 23, 2017 edition

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Stillaguamish Valley Pioneers gather for 105th annual picnic

The Stillaguamish Valley Pioneers gathered on Aug. 20 for their 105th annual Pioneer Picnic The Pioneers association was started by the original settlers of the valley and continues to the present...

 

Community turns out for All Marysville Garage Sale

More than 70 locals hosted garage sales in Marysville during the first All Marysville Garage Sale weekend held from Aug. 18 to 20. The event was meant to start an all-city garage sale similar to...

 

Helping Hands helps local families prepare for school

Arlington thrift store Helping Hands gave away more than $2,000 this month to a couple dozen area families to help them with school supplies.. On Aug. 19 the nonprofit thrift store handed out the...

 

Sno-Isle Libraries select location for new library

Sno-Isle Libraries has entered into a lease for a Smokey Point building where they plan to open a new Lakewood/Smokey Point library at the beginning of 2018. They hope to open in January next year....

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    August 23, 2017

Cougars prepare for football season

Summer Break is coming to an end, and the Lakewood Cougars football team is gearing up for a strong start to another competitive season. Last year the Cougars played in the Northwest Conference for...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    August 23, 2017

Green outscores Red for victory

In the Arlington Aces Baseball League, the Green team competed against the Red team on Aug. 18. The Green team got off to an explosive start as they went through their entire batting order on their wa...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    August 23, 2017

Kids enjoy golf camp

The Arlington Boys & Girls Club continues to bring activity and fun to the local youth as they held their golf camp from Aug. 14-17. The golf camp focused on the basics of playing, including the selection of the appropriate clubs and different...

 

Mayor Nehring hosts coffee klatch

Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring responded to concerns over public safety and Marysville's growth at a recent coffee klatch with Marysville residents on Aug. 17. The city of Marysville holds coffee...

 

Airport Appreciation Day set for Aug. 26

Free airplane rides for kids and other aviation family fun will be available at the annual Arlington Airport Appreciation Day on Aug. 26. This year's event will be from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the...

 

Volunteers needed for Day of Caring

Volunteer registration is now open for United Way of Snohomish County’s 24th annual Day of Caring. Join them on Friday, Sept. 15, for one of the largest organized volunteer days in the county.  Project information, including volunteer...

 

Marysville gears up for Touch A Truck

Numerous big rig trucks, police and emergency vehicles and public works trucks will be out for Marysville's annual Touch A Truck on Sept. 9. "We are excited to be offering Touch A Truck for the 21st...

 

Arlington chamber gets new executive director

Jennifer Egger takes the helm at the Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Longtime Arlington community member Jennifer Egger is the new executive director of the Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce. The local chamber of commerce supports Arlingto...

 

A season of adventurous performances at Red Curtain

Red Curtain’s 2017-2018 season features seven unique productions: two popular musicals, an original play you won’t see anywhere else, a time travel adventure, an urbane dark comedy with lots of special effects, a modern playwright’s take on...

 

MFD promotes 3 firefighters

The Marysville Fire District congratulates three of its members on well-deserved promotions. Ryan Carbary was sworn in recently as a full-time firefighter. Carbary graduated as class valedictorian...

 

APS OKs administrative changes

The Arlington Public Schools' (APS) Board of Directors confirmed the following administrative changes at its Aug. 14 meeting. The change are: Ryan Barci - Barci is the new Assistant Principal at...

 

Chamber's Farm to Table dinner supports local farms

The Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce hopes to support local farms and families this September with their "Farm to Table Dinner." The Sept. 9 dinner will feature locally farmed food prepared...

 

Parks Dept. offers Outdoor Adventures Speakers Series

On the fourth Tuesday of each month the Marysville Opera House will host an outdoor adventure speaker. Local authors and outdoor enthusiasts will share their adventures and expertise on topics including hiking, snowshoeing, biking, photography,...

 

Our Best Friends

Send us photos of you and your pet The North County Outlook has a weekly feature titled Our Best Friends. Community members can send us photos of them with their pets and we will elect one to run in...

 

Planting a fall vegetable garden

Believe it or not, it is time to start thinking about planting a fall veggie garden. Cooler nights and shorter days are the triggers that get our fall crops growing, so late August and early...

 

Photovoice: Farmers speak out with images

Two Arlington area farmers joined others from across Snohomish County to express their concerns about agriculture here, in the Stillaguamish Valley, and in the Snohomish and Skykomish river valleys...

 

Alec James Althuisius

Alec James Althuisius 24, went to ride in paradise on Friday, August 4, 2017 at Haller Bridge Park in Arlington, Wash. Alec was born in Portland, Ore., to Jason Lee Althuisius and Sheila Woods. He...

 

Herbert Willis Fliger

Herbert W. Fliger, 87, passed into the presence of his Heavenly Father in Everett, WA. Born to Louis and Nellie Fliger of New Hampton, IA, During their 60 year marriage, Herb and Enola modeled love,...

 

Frank Louis Moreno

Frank was born in Hico, Texas, and raised by his maternal grandmother in nearby Waco. As a young man, he worked endless hours in the fields of south Texas, farming, ranching and repairing machinery....

 

Howard Moore

The world lost an amazing man on July 23, 2017. Howard Moore, "Grumpy Wiskers" was born on July 12, 1936, in Grand Junction, Colorado. He lived in Washington most of his life but his heart was in...

 

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